CBRE report warns 50 per cent of occupations will be redundant in 20 years time Japan's SoftBank Corp is developing human-like robots which it will use to staff its cellphone stores From self-driving cars to carebots for elderly people, rapid advances in technology have long represented a potential threat to many jobs normally performed by people. But experts now believe that almost 50 per cent of occupations existing today will be completely redundant by 2025 as artificial intelligence continues to transform businesses. A revolutionary shift in the way workplaces operate is expected to take place over the next 10 to 15 years, which could put some people's livelihoods at risk. Customer work, process work and vast swatches of middle management will simply 'disappear', according to a new report by consulting firm CBRE and China-based Genesis. 'Experts predict that 50 per cent of occupations today will no longer exist by 2025 as people will take up more creative professions,' said Martin Chen, Chief Operating Officer of Genesis.
101 Thought Provoking Questions to Ask Yourself Before It’s Too Late This is your chance to live the life you wish you had. You could close down this article right now, pretend that you never saw it, and go on living your life as usual – but when do you plan on challenging yourself to live an even ‘bigger’, more meaningful, more fulfilling and deeper life? You see, many of us live our lives on autopilot. We are no longer piloting and steering our life and rather, we get into patterned and routined ways of living. How to beat loneliness Loneliness is a subjective feeling. You may be surrounded by other people, friends, family, workmates — yet still feel emotionally or socially disconnected from those around you. Other people are not guaranteed to shield us against the raw emotional pain that loneliness inflicts.
This week’s work – futuristic jobs and technologies As you start to finish off your dystopian writing you now have the chance to show off some skills in English by either reading, talking, listening or writing about some futuristic things. It’s up to you to decide what to work with. Ask med for guidance if you don’t know what to improve. Futuristic jobs Positive psychology. Return to Main page. Compiled by William Tillier Calgary Alberta. June, 2012. Table of contents Return to top A). Daniel Levitin: How to stay calm when you know you'll be stressed [WATCH] Kim Kardashian’s Letter To Future Self — Have Patience With North Kim Kardashian has made a long list of advice she wants her future self to remember. The reality star sat down for a video to write a letter to her future 44-year-old self and it’s hilariously cute. Click to see the sweet advice she writes!
Episodio 8. Cómo ser más feliz. Con Inma Torres. By: flickr.com/photos/renaissancechambara/7258615156/ En este nuevo episodio de Satori Time recibimos la vista de Inma Torres, del blog Vida en Positivo. Inma es una simpática y vitalista bloguera que escribe sobre minimalismo, vida sencilla y enfocar la vida en lo importante. Harvest Moon by Hand: Creative Every Day - Gratitude Mandala - Day 1 Back in 2012, I did a weekly gratitude list that was part of the Take a Stitch Tuesday embroidery journal I was doing throughout the year. I have missed doing that in 2013, and have been thinking about something to do in place of that. So, on October 14th, I began writing a daily gratitude list. Each day, I'm writing three things for which I'm grateful.
7 Instant Ways to Boost Your Energy fMotivation aProductivity hHealth cSelf Improvement Differentiate Between Goals and Resolutions to Aid in Personal Achievement Many popular new year resolutions such as "lose 25 lbs" or "run a marathon" are actually goals, not resolutions. If there is a specific achievement it's a goal, but permanent changes to your life are resolutions since you keep doing them every day and not just until a specific achievement is reached. Psychology weblog The Happiness Project points out that goals are great for happiness but can easily cause discouragement if you don't hit your goal on time. What if it takes longer than you expected?
10 Habits That Will Make You Happy Today (Even If Life Isn't Going Your Way) In 2010, after losing my job and being unable to find another one for close to a year, I fell into a deep depression. During this time I read dozens (maybe a hundred) books on happiness, purpose and meaning, trying to cheer myself up. Here are ten of the best habits from my research to help you become happier today – even if your life feels like it’s in the dumps. 1. Introducing the Happy Startup Canvas Too much of the startup world focuses on the mechanics of starting a business.Whilst it’s good to move fast and stay lean, it’s time we made our businesses more human and in the process gave them a better chance of survival. If you run a business you’ll often be asked: What’s your exit strategy? I’ve always found this to be a strange question, probably because I didn’t set out in business with the aim of selling it for a handsome dime. I wanted to take control of my life, do things my way and ultimately build a business in my image. The thought of creating something you’re proud of, only then to hand it over when a good offer comes in doesn’t sit well with me.